Stack & Grow Planter Plus Culinary Herb Kit


The complete solution for growing a robust, large quantiy indoor culinary herb garden. Start your seedlings with the starter kit, and transplant into the amazing Stack & Grow planter. Perfect Gift for any occasion.

Stack and Grow Planter + Culinary Herb Garden Kit

The Stack & Grow planter is the ultimate way to enjoy an indoor culinary herb garden! With this planter and culinary kit combo, you will be growing your own fresh culinary herbs in no time. The Stack & Grow is a large stacking planter that allows you to grow large quantities of culinary herbs. Once you have tried the amazing taste of fresh herbs in your cooking, you will have a hard time going back to bland, store-bought herbs. Growing your own is delicious, healthy and fun! Makes a fantastic gift for any occasion.


Stack and Grow Planter - Stackable planter holds up to 20 plants - a huge herb garden

  • Available in Five Colors: Sand, Terracotta, Red, Green, Black
  • Dimensions - Stack 15 inches high - 2 feet in diameter
  • Rollable Wheeled Base
  • Indoor / Outdoor Use
  • Durable Plastic
  • BPA Free
  • No-Fade UV resistant plastic
  • No tools required - Easy assembly
  • Collapseable
  • Made in the U.S.A
  • Warranty: 1 Yr.

Culinary Herb Starter Kit - Everything you need to start growing culinary herbs

  • Assortment of 12 Cooking Herb Seeds - Enough high germination rate seed for 2 plantings: Sage, Thyme, Parsley, Coriander/Cilantro, , Savory & Garlic Chives, Basil, Oregano, Dill, Mint, Chives, Mustard.
  • Jiffy Greenhouse Dome & 50 Pellets - Creates a perfect growing environment for herb seedlings. Holds up to twenty five plants at a time. Reusable. Enough pellets for 2 plantings.
  • Detailed Instructions
  • Herb eBook on Disc - FREE ($9.95 Value)

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